Corpus based linguistics is a dynamic area of linguistic research. Routledge Advances in Corpus Linguistics aims to reflect the diversity of approaches to the subject.
Self-Reflexive Journalism: A Corpus Study of Journalistic Culture and Community in the Guardian
Multilayer Corpus Studies
Corpus Approaches to Contemporary British Speech: Sociolinguistic Studies of the Spoken BNC2014
TESOL Student Teacher Discourse: A Corpus-Based Analysis of Online and Face-to-Face Interactions
Understanding Metaphor through Corpora: A Case Study of Metaphors in Nineteenth Century Writing
Antonymy: A Corpus-Based Perspective
Corpus Stylistics and Dickens’s Fiction
April 10, 2019
This book develops a corpus-assisted approach to the study of self-reflexivity in journalism and examines the ways in which news workers and subsequently, news organizations, choose to promote an identity for themselves and the ideologies that accompany them. Using The Guardian as a case study, the...
August 23, 2018
In this book, Andrew Brindle analyzes a corpus of texts taken from a white supremacist web forum which refer to the subject of homosexuality, drawing conclusions about the discourses of extremism and the dissemination of far-right hate speech online. The website from which Brindle’s corpus is drawn...
Paul Baker, Jesse Egbert
August 23, 2018
Contemporary corpus linguists use a wide variety of methods to study discourse patterns. This volume provides a systematic comparison of various methodological approaches in corpus linguistics through a series of parallel empirical studies that use a single corpus dataset to answer the same...
July 04, 2018
This volume explores the opportunities afforded by the construction and evaluation of multilayer corpora, an emerging methodology within corpus linguistics that brings about multiple independent parallel analyses of the same linguistic phenomena, and how the interplay of these concurrent analyses...
Vaclav Brezina, Robbie Love, Karin Aijmer
May 31, 2018
Featuring contributions from an international team of leading and up-and-coming scholars, this innovative volume provides a comprehensive sociolinguistic picture of current spoken British English based on the Spoken BNC2014, a brand new corpus of British speech. The book begins with short...
May 22, 2018
This book explores the use of online and face-to-face interactions in language teacher education (LTE) by assessing the formation and practices of a community of practice (CoP), and evaluating the roles discussions between student teachers and a peer tutor can play in terms of identity formation,...
May 02, 2018
This book introduces a unique methodology to the study of metaphor, integrating a corpus linguistic approach to explore the lexical, grammatical, semantic, and pragmatic characteristics of metaphoric instances of language. The volume questions the reliability of attempts to identify metaphor based...
Elena Semino, Zsófia Demjén, Andrew Hardie, Sheila Payne, Paul Rayson
December 11, 2017
This book presents the methodology, findings and implications of a large-scale corpus-based study of the metaphors used to talk about cancer and the end of life (including care at the end of life) in the UK. It focuses on metaphor as a central linguistic and cognitive tool that is frequently used...
David L. Hoover, Jonathan Culpeper, Kieran O'Halloran
July 27, 2016
Digital Literary Studies presents a broad and varied picture of the promise and potential of methods and approaches that are crucially dependent upon the digital nature of the literary texts it studies and the texts and collections of texts with which they are compared. It focuses on style, diction...
January 21, 2016
Antonymy is the technical name used to describe 'opposites', pairs of words such as rich/poor, love/hate and male/female. Antonyms are a ubiquitous part of everyday language, and this book provides a detailed, comprehensive account of the phenomenon.This book demonstrates how traditional linguistic...
Svenja Adolphs, Ronald Carter
May 21, 2015
In this book, Adolphs and Carter explore key approaches to work in spoken corpus linguistics. The book discusses some of the pioneering challenges faced in designing, building and utilising insights from the analysis of spoken corpora, arguing that, even though writing is heavily privileged in...
May 21, 2015
This book presents an innovative approach to the language of one of the most popular English authors. It illustrates how corpus linguistic methods can be employed to study electronic versions of texts by Charles Dickens. With particular focus on Dickens’s novels, the book proposes a way into the...